Being Gay & The Coin


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Being Gay- Sahil was not a gay. He was just happy and gay. He had no idea why people loved to make fun of him? He just noticed that people loved to laugh when he was around, so he assumed himself of being funny and that’s how it started. Sahil had a feminine personality and that’s how he was different from others. He was good at making friends and was even good at public speaking. He had a different approach to almost everything and especially about relationships. He was a kind of ‘love Guru’. But he was not always like this. He lost a lot, took a long journey, and met some unique people to become the one who drove the entire generation crazy. He, somehow, became the part of a YouTube channel that was struggling to find the audience. He, somehow, managed to come out with a unique idea. He, somehow, became the crazy ‘gay’ Who founded the society named ‘being gay’. The society ‘being gay’, somehow, managed to gather crazy money inflow and, somehow, Sahil’s life changed forever. ‘Being gay’ Is not a love story, this is not a story about love either. This is a story about a guy named Sahil and the revolution that he himself wanted to end.

The Coin- “Who likes sudden death?” that’s the only question he used to ask before killing his prey. Random people are being abducted from the capital city, Delhi and are being killed mercilessly. Before killing, the murderer is reciting them a story, a story about a 9 year old child who saw the brutal side of the world at a very young age. All the stories are being recorded for the police Department to see. Raunak Upadhyay, the police Inspector who is handling the case, links the style of serial killing to the case he solved years ago. But the murderer of that case is in jail then who is following the footsteps? Does the murderer want to convey something? Whose story is being recited? Why the murderer is taking personal interest in Raunak? Is there any other side of this Coin or both the faces are just the same? Welcome to the brutal world!

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Weight 3.04 g





Sandeep Sharma


Redgrab Books



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